Celebrating South Australian Craft
Southern Providore is your gateway to a truly South Australian experience. We pay homage to the artisans whose passion and persistence creates world class produce.
Handcrafted and humble – Southern Providore pays homage to the farmers markets, the early settlers and grape growers, the small town bakeries and the roadside stalls where delicious produce is a direct result of passion and persistence.
Experience the local flavour. Savour our world-renowned produce. Develop a taste for the South Australian way of life.
No one does
wine quite like the Barossa.
50-minute drive north-east of Adelaide, the Barossa is an
internationally-acclaimed wine region encompassing the towns of Tanunda,
Angaston and Nuriootpa.
over 150 wineries and 80 cellar doors. The famous wine-making region is home to
some of the most recognisable brands in the world. You’ll find the vineyards
that make Rockford, Penfolds, Jacob’s Creek, and Henschke wines amongst many
are plenty of small batch and boutique wineries, like Elderton. These wineries
are nestled in between charming little villages that hark back to yesteryear.
Take the Epicurean Way road trip through the best of the Barossa, and
Elderton’s Cellar Door is truly a showpiece that matches the excellence of the wines that bear the Elderton and Ashmead family name. The original homestead that the first generation, Neil and Lorraine, fell in love with has been converted to be the full-time home for Elderton Wines. The Cellar Door is nestled in the Nuriootpa vineyard, allowing guests drive through the 1894 Command vineyard to find themselves at the homestead (built in 1918) that has been restored to its timeless and elegant best.
Enjoy a casual tasting looking out over our 1894 Command Vineyard, experience a wine and chocolate matching tasting, or indulge in a hosted tasting in one of Elderton’s private tasting rooms. You might even like a hit of tennis on the grass court!
We acknowledge all First Peoples of this Land and celebrate their enduring connections to Country, Culture, Knowledge, Story and Spiritual beliefs. We pay our respects to Ancestors and Elders past and present, and those that watch over us and guide us on our journey. We acknowledge the past, present and future Custodians and Elders of this Nation and their relationship with their Country, we acknowledge and respect that these beliefs are still as important to the living First Nations Peoples of Australia today.